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Hi men, I've discovered the little software named TI OMAP OVERCLOCK and it works well on my E200... :( Incredible! The phone boots more quickly, sart menu is more faster and very more fast are also many programs, like TCPMP for divx and mp3, media player, doom and others programs... :rolleyes: Very cool...

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There are quite a few thread here about omapclock. It's quite a handy little app.

btw v0.2 is the "newest" one (been out for months so there could be a newer one).

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It booted quicker? But OMAPCLOCK has to be run to overclock and the effects don't survive a restart!!!

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Simple! Just put a shortcut in startup folder... :rolleyes:

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But when i start omapclock.exe message appears

"cannot init i/o" something like that

what to do?

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But when i start omapclock.exe message appears

"cannot init i/o" something like that

what to do?

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Simple! Just put a shortcut in startup folder... :)


Can technically still not boot quicker as the applications in the startup folder are only loaded on the final part of the boot sequence.

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Perhaps it is booting up before other things in the start-up folder, and so they then bootup quicker?

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